Im finally seeing success with my Youtube channel, so im about to monetize it.
When creating an AdSense account, should I use a separate gmail account from my Youtube gmail account? (like this)
Also, I remember the guy that was here saying how he liked to build empires and was making tons of Youtube money and doubted on my idea, well guess what, im growing fat as fuck, already past the 10k subscriber mark. Let's see how much I can scale this thing to get more kids liking my videos.
I use the same email for my YouTube account as I do for my Adsense account. I've made about $200 off of a combined 100,000 views on my channel. You have to release a lot of content to make YouTube lucrative, some people like Jenna Marbles release a video a week, but if you really want to succeed, content is key.
Bots? You must be new.
Im growing at a rate of 400 subs per day and i dont even know how many thousands of views, you don't need bots with legit traffic. Bots ruin your channel.
Nah once you get videos that peak at around 1 million views each you don't need to churn that many, look at the VitalyZD channel, he uploads every once in a bluemoon and his channel never stops growing.
Also in my niche it's impossible to upload frequently because it takes work to finish a video but I get a lot of views per video, so while others upload 10 videos to make half a million views, a single of my videos does 500K.
I still want to know if there is any problems in using a separate gmail? I guess not.
creating a network of botted social media accounts will teleport to you to the millions of followers range once you get high enough natty.
You use them to shout out and grow your main social media account. They all in themselves should have decent content and engagement though. And im not talking fake followers.
Because I've heard it's safer, plus you don't get a shit ton of email related to Youtube mixed with Adsense related email.
No one used the same account for Adsense and Youtube until recently when Youtube started suggesting it but its up to preference
Also: Having it separated with a different password increases privacy against an attacker that successfully gets access to your Youtube account. You would be fucked since he would automatically have access to your Adsense account as well.